for (one's) benefit

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for (one's) benefit

Largely (or solely) to help one. I hope you're not doing that for my benefit—I don't really have a preference at all. I only said that for your sister's benefit, so she won't worry. Honestly, I don't expect this situation to get better any time soon.
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for somebody’s ˈbenefit

especially in order to help or be useful to somebody: There’s no need to repeat everything for my benefit.I have produced some notes for the benefit of those people who weren’t at the meeting.
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While the employee for whom the benefit is being provided is currently taxed on the vested amounts set aside in the trust for his benefit, the current low tax rates and added certainty of future payments make this type of arrangement acceptable in the current economic environment.